Ric Flair Heart Attack

Ric Flair Apparently Experienced A Heart Attack During His Final Match

Ric Flair Heart Attack

Ric Flair’s health revelation post-final match. In a surprising turn of events, Ric Flair, during a routine medical check-up in 2023, discovered that he had experienced a heart attack during his last wrestling match at the age of 73.

The match, famously known as ‘Ric Flair’s Last Match,’ took place on July 31, 2022, at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. It marked the culmination of Flair’s illustrious 50-year career in wrestling. Flair played a significant role in the event, teaming up with his son-in-law Andrade El Idolo to defeat Jay Lethal and Jeff Jarrett. However, it was during this match that Flair experienced multiple collapses, initially perceived as part of the performance.

This revelation of the heart attacks came after undergoing a coronary calcium scan and nuclear stress test, per Flair on the JAXXON PODCAST.

“Yeah, I trained (for my last match), I got in the best shape, ever since I was 20 years old, and then I had a heart attack during the match. I had a heart attack during the match. A lot of people didn’t know. I didn’t know myself until about six months ago because I went and got a — I go to the heart doctor like every six months because I’ve got the pacemaker, right? And they put that on me when I was real sick, not because I had a problem with my heart, but because they couldn’t get over the fact that my heart rate was so low, but it was from all of those hour-long matches and all that cardio.

I used to do 500 free squats every day. 500 free squats, 500 push-ups every day. Because not every town you went to, these little towns, (not) all of ‘em had a gym, right? Or I would do the deck of cards or I would do step-ups on a chair. So my heart rate was always like 48. It drove people nuts that it was so slow. So they put that on me and then I went to get what’s called a calcium scan which I’d never had before, because a couple of guys died in our business of heart issues so, it kind of scared me so I went and I blew a number on that and the guy, you know, they give you the nuclear stress test, shoot you with the dye, put you on the treadmill, everything, right?

So it’s two days of three hours of testing and this is six months ago. The guy takes me in and if you look at your heart like a round pie, there’s a piece of my heart right here, this big, it’s black, it’s gone. The guy said, ‘You’ve had a heart attack in the last two years.’ I said, ‘I never hurt.’ He said, ‘Have you passed out in the last two years?’ And during my last match, I passed out three times, and I thought it was because I was dehydrated. So I went in the locker room, I was with Kid Rock and Taker. I just drank two bottles of Gatorade and went back out to Kid Rock’s place all night long. But I had a heart attack. It didn’t hurt, no, none. I feel great, that’s my problem. I’m sure I’m just gonna fall off a chair one day (he laughed). They’re gonna say, there he is. Get that little son of a b*tch up out of here.”

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